With an overwhelming victory over Sunrise, the Galt Gators found themselves back in the win column after defeating the Sharks 459-366.

Luke Ortega broke two more Gator records one week after breaking a Gator record against Laguna Creek.

Ortega broke the record in the 11-12 boys 100 IM with his time of 1:05.62 and he broke a record he broke one week earlier, the 11-12 boys 50 fly, setting a new time of 28.71 seconds.

In addition, 11 Gators met Meet of Champions-qualifying times.

Ortega also won the 50 backstroke with his time of 32.16 seconds.

The Gators won their first event when they won the girls 7-8 100 medley relay. The team of Kayla Brandon, Amelia Garcia, Madilyn Brixey and Lucy Thomlinson won in 1:40.76.

In the boys 7-8 100 medley relay, Joseph Bustamante, Parker Graham, Maxx Thomlinson and James Burns won with their time of 1:44.86.

In the girls 11-12 200 medley relay, Taylor Klein, Monica Valencia, Laura Hughes and Madalyn Truong-Him won with their time of 2:23.69. Truong-Him later won the 50 free with her time of 30.44 seconds.

In the boys 11-12 200 medley relay, Ortega, Jackson Lagana, John Pilegaard and Leyton Munoz won with their time of 2:21.86.

The girls 13-14 200 medley relay team of Sofia Munoz, Karleigh Richmond, Ann Carey and Mary Burns won with its time of 2:10.35. Carey also won the 50 free with her time of 27.12 seconds. Carey later won the 50 butterfly with her time of 30.14 seconds.

In the girls 15-18 200 medley relay, Aryana Ortega, Helen Carey, Marie Carey and Fernanda Sanchez won with their time of 2:06.37. Helen Carey won the 50 free with her time of 27.08 seconds. Ortega later won the 100 backstroke with her time of 1:14.87. Helen Carey also won the 50 butterfly with her time of 28.94 seconds.

The boys 15-18 200 medley relay team of Caleb Stewart, Shea Graham, Joseph Lopez and Dylan Klein won with its time of 1:52.11. Stewart won the 100 backstroke with his time of 1:04.52. Stewart won the 100 free with his time of 54.90 seconds.

In the boys 13-14 100 IM, Jacob Huck won with his time of 1:05.94, while Sanchez won the girls 15-18 100 IM with her time of 1:10.29. Sanchez also won the 100 free with her time of 54.48 seconds.

Lopez won the boys 15-18 100 IM with his time of 1:01.16.

In the boys six and under 25 free, Matthew Burns won with his time of 23.35 seconds.

Kayla Brandon won the 7-8 25 free with her time of 17.90 seconds. In the 25 backstroke, Brandon won in 22.96 seconds. Brandon added to her win total with a victory in the 50 free at 42.88 seconds.

In the boys 7-8 25 free, Thomlinson won with his time of 19.43 seconds.

Lopez also won the 50 free with his time of 25.23 seconds. Lopez also won the 50 butterfly with his time of 25.84 seconds.

Klein won the 50 backstroke with her time of 35.34 seconds and later won the 100 free with her time of 1:05.33.

Munoz won the 100 free with her time of 59.51 seconds.

In the 7-8 25 breaststroke, Thomlinson won with her time of 28.37 seconds.

Graham won the 25 breaststroke with his time of 28.83 seconds while Thomlinson won the 25 breaststroke with her time of 22.23 seconds.

In the girls 15-18 100 breaststroke, Pilegaard won with her time of 1:17.69.

Graham won the boys 15-18 100 breaststroke with his time of 1:09.55.

Madilyn Brixey won the girls 7-8 25 butterfly with her time of 26.00 seconds.

Ariane Whyte won the girls 9-10 25 butterfly with her time of 18.30 seconds.

In the girls 11-12 50 butterfly, Truong-Him won with her time of 34.67 seconds.

Huck won the 50 butterfly with his time of 29.14 seconds.

In the girls 7-8 100 free relay, Thomlinson, Kimmi Pimsham, Amelia Garcia and Brandon won with their time of 1:25.34.

James Burns, Axton Bussman, Joseph Bustamante and Thomlinson won the boys 7-8 100 free relay with their time of 1:31.89.

In the 11-12 girls 200 free relay, Truong-Him, Victoria Granados, Laura Hughes and Klein won with their time of 2:07.24.

Leyton Munoz, Lagana, John Pilegaard and Ortega won the 200 free relay with their time of 2:01.85.

In the girls 13-14 200 free relay, Munoz, Mary Burns, Karleigh Richmond and Ann Carey won with their time of 1:56.18.

Carey, Ortega, Carey and Sanchez won the girls 15-18 200 free relay with their time of 1:53.73.

In the boys 15-18 200 free relay, Stewart, Dylan Klein, Graham and Lopez won with their time of 1:39.32.

The Gators will take to the road Saturday, July 13 when they compete against Dixon in their final dual meet of the season.

They will then compete in the Eureka Champions July 20-21 in Roseville.